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So I would really like to use Python to play some sound files -- it doesn't particularly matter what format, as they're just going to be basic "ping" type noises. However, it seems like whatever advice I find doesn't work out for my situation -- most modules seem to be Windows only (I use a Mac). I read about the use of pygame, but I can't seem to install that with my current version of Python (2.5).

What would you recommend? Should I uninstall Python and go down to 2.4 to get pygame to work? Or is there another module I can download easily? Cross-platform is a must...

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Okay, so after some looking, I discovered tkSnack, which seems like it will be a great module for me. The only problem? The installation notes are completely cryptic to me. I tried a few things (like python setup.py install ), but I'm basically fumbling in the dark. The module doesn't work at all.

Can anyone help?

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Hmm, thanks vegaseat. This could be good, although all my experience thus far is with Tkinter.

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